SIRS Summer II, 2012

SIRS Summer II, 2012
Student Institutional Research Summary
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Summer Session II, 2012
Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research
available online at http://www.ipfw.edu/ir
Table of Contents
Page
I.
Student Enrollment Summary
A.
Enrollment by Class Standing
B.
Enrollment by Academic Unit
C.
Credit Hours by Level and Residency
D.
Enrollment by Level and Residency
E.
Enrollment and Credit Hours by University
F.
Full Time Equivalent Enrollment by Level
G.
Enrollment by Class Standing and University
H.
Enrollment by Sex, Status, and Level
I.
Enrollment by Ethnic Category and Status
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Student Enrollment Profile
A.
Enrollment by Geographic Area
B.
Enrollment by Age Group
C.
Enrollment by Sex and Marital Status
D.
Enrollment by Ethnic Category
E.
Enrollment by Class Standing
F.
Enrollment by Full-Time/Part-Time Status and Sex
3
3
3
3
3
3
Enrollment and Degree History
A.
Student Enrollment History
B.
Certificates and Degrees Awarded at IPFW
4
5
IV.
Departmental Enrollment History
6
V.
Admissions Information Summary
A.
Admissions for Current Term by Month
B.
Number of Undergraduate Admissions
C.
Number of Undergraduate Matriculants
8
8
8
Profile of Beginners
A.
Class Rank of Beginners
B.
Mean SAT Scores of Beginners
C.
Mean ACT Scores of Beginners
D.
Full-Time/Part-Time Status of Beginners
E.
High School GPA of Beginners
F.
High School Beginners by High School Graduation Type
9
9
9
9
9
9
Schedule of Classes Information
A.
Classes Offered and Closed
B.
Utilization of General Academic Rooms by Time Periods
10
11
Registration and Drop-Add Activity Summary
12
II.
III.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
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I.
Student Enrollment Summary: Summer II, 2012
Summer II
2011
A. Enrollment by Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
UG Non-Degree
Graduate
Grad. Non-Degree
TOTAL
B. Enrollment by Academic Unit
Arts & Sciences
Business
Continuing Studies
Education & Public Policy
Engineering, Tech, & Computer Sci.
Health & Human Services
Labor Studies
Unit of Affilliated Programs
Visual & Performing Arts
TOTAL
Note: See notes at the end of section IV.
C. Credit Hours by Level and Residency
UG Resident
UG Non-Resident
Grad. Resident
Grad. Non-Resident
TOTAL
D. Enrollment by Level and Residency
UG Resident
UG Non-Resident
Grad. Resident
Grad. Non-Resident
TOTAL
E. Enrollment and Credit Hours by University
Students
Indiana Univ.
Purdue Univ.
TOTAL
Credit Hours Taken
Indiana Univ.
Purdue Univ.
TOTAL
Summer II
2012
% Change
527
482
418
728
128
213
72
417
347
351
640
88
186
15
-
110
135
67
88
40
27
57
-
20.9
28.0
16.0
12.1
31.3
12.7
79.2
2,568
2,044
-
524
-
20.4
616
334
184
523
331
323
3
187
67
589
259
143
290
317
233
2
163
48
-
27
75
41
233
14
90
1
24
19
-
4.4
22.5
22.3
44.6
4.2
27.9
33.3
12.8
28.4
2,568
2,044
-
524
-
20.4
8,313
676
1,094
33
6,623
594
663
35
- 1,690
82
431
+
2
+
20.3
12.1
39.4
6.1
10,116
7,915
- 2,201
-
21.8
2,127
156
277
8
1,706
137
189
12
+
421
19
88
4
+
19.8
12.2
31.8
50.0
2,568
2,044
-
524
-
20.4
1,497
1,071
1,086
958
-
411
113
-
27.5
10.6
2,568
2,044
-
524
-
20.4
5,932
4,184
4,113
3,802
- 1,819
382
-
30.7
9.1
10,116
7,915
- 2,201
-
21.8
-
118
36
-
19.7
38.3
-
154
-
22.2
F. Full Time Equivalent (FTE) by Level (using semester standards)
Undergraduate
599
481
Graduate
94
58
TOTAL
Change
693
539
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I. Student Enrollment Summary: Summer II, 2012 (continued)
G. Enrollment by Class Standing and University
CLASS
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
UG Non-Degree
Graduate
Grad. Non-Degree
INDIANA
174
167
177
366
56
133
13
TOTAL
PURDUE
243
180
174
274
32
53
2
1,086
TOTAL
417
347
351
640
88
186
15
958
2,044
H. Enrollment by Sex, Status, and Level
FULL
TIME
MALE
51
31
38
69
4
PART
TIME
MALE
169
136
104
224
28
TOTAL
MALE
220
167
142
293
32
FULL
TIME
FEMALE
44
30
60
88
9
PART
TIME
FEMALE
153
150
149
259
47
TOTAL
FEMALE
197
180
209
347
56
TOTAL
FULL
TIME
95
61
98
157
13
TOTAL
PART
TIME
322
286
253
483
75
TOTAL
417
347
351
640
88
193
661
854
231
758
989
424
1,419
1,843
Graduate
Grad. Non-Degree
16
1
43
6
59
7
16
0
111
8
127
8
32
1
154
14
186
15
Grad. Sub-Total
17
49
66
16
119
135
33
168
201
210
710
920
247
877
1,124
457
1,587
2,044
CLASS
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
UG Non-Degree
UG Sub-total
TOTAL
I. Enrollment by Ethnic Category and Status
ETHNIC
CATEGORY
Amer. Indian/Alaskan Native
Asian
Black
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
International
Two or more races
Unknown
White
TOTAL
FULL
TIME
2
14
35
24
0
20
9
7
346
457
PART
TIME
6
50
83
71
0
37
32
15
1,293
MALE
5
21
46
41
0
35
17
12
743
FEMALE
3
43
72
54
0
22
24
10
896
TOTAL
8
64
118
95
0
57
41
22
1,639
1,587
920
1,124
2,044
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II.
Student Enrollment Profile: Summer II Sessions
A.
Enrollment by Geographic Area
Allen County
Surrounding Counties*
Other Indiana
Outside Indiana
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
57.9%
27.6%
7.0%
7.5%
56.7%
29.4%
7.1%
6.8%
56.2%
23.2%
13.2%
7.4%
55.3%
27.2%
9.3%
8.2%
54.8%
26.6%
9.6%
9.0%
Note: Surrounding counties are Adams, DeKalb, Huntington, Kosciusko, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley
B.
C.
D.
Enrollment by Age Group
00-17
18-20
21-25
26-30
31-50
51-above
Average Age
Age Range
0.5%
20.7%
37.9%
15.7%
22.0%
3.2%
27.2
15-67
0.3%
21.6%
36.4%
16.5%
21.7%
3.5%
27.3
16-83
0.6%
22.0%
37.1%
15.4%
21.6%
3.3%
27.1
16-70
0.8%
22.1%
40.9%
14.2%
19.4%
2.6%
26.4
16-65
0.6%
24.4%
42.4%
13.0%
17.3%
2.3%
25.7
16-63
Enrollment by Sex and Marital Status
Male
Female
37.1%
62.9%
38.9%
61.1%
40.9%
59.1%
42.1%
57.9%
45.0%
55.0%
Single
Married
87.1%
12.9%
88.4%
11.6%
89.3%
10.7%
88.3%
11.7%
88.6%
11.4%
7
64
156
64
14
59
163
62
13
75
164
95
0
54
27
37
2,103
8
64
118
95
0
57
41
22
1,639
Enrollment by Ethnic Category
Amer. Indian/Alaskan Native
Asian
Black
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
International
Two or more races
Unknown
White
33
28
44
2,027
65
2,322
10
78
196
94
1
38
19
38
2,253
TOTAL
2,395
2,713
2,727
2,568
2,044
476
449
315
558
142
346
109
591
506
356
658
140
304
158
586
515
394
725
151
235
121
527
482
418
728
128
213
72
417
347
351
640
88
186
15
2,395
2,713
2,727
2,568
2,044
Enrollment by Full-Time/Part-Time Status and Sex
Full-Time Male
213
Full-Time Female
357
Part-Time Male
676
Part-Time Female
1,149
Full-Time Total
570
Part-Time Total
1,825
Male Total
889
Female Total
1,506
260
390
795
1,268
650
2,063
1,055
1,658
316
402
800
1,209
718
2,009
1,116
1,611
292
345
788
1,143
637
1,931
1,080
1,488
210
247
710
877
457
1,587
920
1,124
Campus Total
2,713
2,727
2,568
2,044
Note: Beginning in 2010, ethnicity categories changed.
E.
Enrollment by Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
UG Non-Degree
Graduate
Grad. Non-Degree
TOTAL
F.
2,395
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III. Enrollment and Degree 20-Yr. History
A. Student Enrollment History
CREDIT STUDENTS
YEAR
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Fall
10,185
10,334
10,182
10,581
11,073
11,422
11,879
12,077
12,090
11,701
11,513
11,011
10,749
10,669
10,653
10,556
10,532
11,129
11,757
11,806
11,810
11,795
11,672
11,943
12,338
13,675
14,192
14,326
Spring
9,380
9,334
9,626
10,086
10,340
10,751
11,092
11,216
11,267
10,934
10,550
10,120
10,077
9,920
9,897
9,793
9,841
10,625
11,056
11,126
11,072
10,740
10,963
11,239
11,615
12,636
12,434
13,646
Summer 1
2,474
2,416
2,548
2,908
2,846
3,084
2,954
3,133
3,030
2,979
3,010
2,956
2,910
3,121
3,193
3,119
3,378
3,495
3,646
3,440
3,294
3,363
3,257
3,176
3,284
3,359
3,199
2,875
Summer 2
2,270
2,313
2,189
2,378
2,460
2,389
2,614
2,524
2,561
2,270
2,186
2,088
2,314
2,058
2,140
2,133
2,351
2,610
2,537
2,582
2,460
2,437
2,308
2,395
2,713
2,727
2,568
2,044
Summer Total
4,744
4,729
4,737
5,286
5,306
5,473
5,568
5,657
5,591
5,249
5,196
5,044
5,224
5,179
5,333
5,252
5,729
6,105
6,183
6,022
5,754
5,800
5,565
5,571
5,997
6,086
5,767
4,919
Annual Total
24,309
24,397
24,545
25,953
26,719
27,646
28,539
28,950
28,948
27,884
27,259
26,175
26,050
25,768
25,883
25,601
26,102
27,859
28,996
28,954
28,636
28,335
28,200
28,753
29,950
32,397
32,393
32,891
Summer 2
8,651
8,877
8,058
8,754
8,996
8,594
9,398
9,050
9,066
7,956
7,679
7,354
8,140
7,424
7,751
7,787
8,573
9,697
9,607
9,686
9,315
8,944
8,716
9,259
10,512
10,840
10,116
7,915
Summer Total
17,547
17,365
17,124
19,139
18,979
19,479
19,857
20,065
19,820
18,568
18,322
18,024
18,720
18,925
19,608
19,381
21,235
22,759
23,719
22,897
21,898
22,224
21,777
22,016
23,722
24,745
23,564
19,768
Annual Total
181,570
177,974
176,561
185,025
192,758
202,142
211,317
218,021
218,677
214,480
209,225
201,807
201,795
201,845
206,441
207,218
212,640
231,759
245,633
248,966
252,132
252,496
256,712
264,180
276,167
301,135
308,619
302,840
CREDIT HOURS
YEAR
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Fall
86,699
84,599
82,895
85,976
90,299
94,661
99,568
103,404
103,961
102,142
100,735
96,348
95,812
95,509
97,569
98,500
99,775
107,751
116,126
117,833
120,114
121,470
122,818
126,230
130,040
143,374
150,235
148,737
Spring
77,324
76,010
76,542
79,910
83,480
88,002
91,892
94,552
94,896
93,770
90,168
87,435
87,263
87,411
89,264
89,337
91,630
101,249
105,788
108,236
110,120
108,802
112,117
115,934
122,405
133,016
134,820
134,335
Summer 1
8,896
8,488
9,066
10,385
9,983
10,885
10,459
11,015
10,754
10,612
10,643
10,670
10,580
11,501
11,857
11,594
12,662
13,062
14,112
13,211
12,583
13,280
13,061
12,757
13,210
13,905
13,448
11,853
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B. Certificates & Degrees Awarded at IPFW (Each Period Includes July-June)
IU
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
TOTAL
Certificate
PU
T
0
0
0
0
1
5
0
13
0
0
0
11
24
32
35
33
32
32
28
28
26
15
28
27
33
24
27
24
22
35
25
31
28
32
38
37
39
46
66
62
58
55
73
70
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
9
13
23
22
40
42
51
55
86
72
66
51
59
51
63
43
20
33
42
37
47
26
10
18
12
21
0
0
0
0
1
5
0
13
0
0
0
11
24
32
35
33
32
38
37
41
49
37
68
69
84
79
113
96
88
86
84
82
91
75
58
70
81
83
113
88
68
73
85
91
1,195 1,018
2,213
IU
Associate's
PU
T
24
75
91
103
125
132
119
153
181
172
171
168
181
169
238
177
169
169
137
139
119
120
116
134
148
145
137
141
140
157
153
165
200
175
195
225
204
226
237
198
197
212
199
192
113
124
170
144
209
232
264
273
263
266
253
224
321
322
385
421
499
492
432
391
365
374
410
440
411
412
393
367
333
313
317
279
244
260
295
300
362
346
285
281
260
254
253
185
137
199
261
247
334
364
383
426
444
438
424
392
502
491
623
598
668
661
569
530
484
494
526
574
559
557
530
508
473
470
470
444
444
435
490
525
566
572
522
479
457
466
452
377
7,028 13,537 20,565
IU
Bachelor's
PU
89
149
217
244
303
314
299
320
303
286
289
303
277
287
299
297
255
277
291
261
277
300
346
369
393
356
413
420
458
366
449
447
475
427
527
551
538
571
659
618
640
613
685
674
T
37
60
90
103
104
116
118
136
124
187
168
145
162
188
203
202
230
235
280
264
265
286
323
310
324
348
334
335
344
321
317
318
307
286
304
303
331
336
366
377
359
396
472
470
126
209
307
347
407
430
417
456
427
473
457
448
439
475
502
499
485
512
571
525
542
586
669
679
717
704
747
755
802
687
766
765
782
713
831
854
869
907
1,025
995
999
1,009
1,157
1,144
16,932 11,284
28,216
IU
Master's
PU
0
0
76
110
176
180
260
245
223
256
254
268
234
265
281
273
198
192
187
213
210
266
272
141
141
150
161
133
166
170
172
172
179
150
161
177
168
129
175
147
186
173
183
166
T
IU
Total
PU
T
9
8
25
42
27
28
42
48
54
65
68
40
12
9
7
5
1
7
1
3
7
1
3
4
6
12
9
13
15
19
15
28
26
23
20
36
33
34
38
40
29
34
42
77
9
8
101
152
203
208
302
293
277
321
322
308
246
274
288
278
199
199
188
216
217
267
275
145
147
162
170
146
181
189
187
200
205
173
181
213
201
163
213
187
215
207
225
243
113
224
384
457
605
631
678
731
707
714
714
750
716
753
853
780
654
670
643
641
632
701
762
671
715
675
738
718
786
728
799
815
882
784
921
990
949
972
1,137
1,025
1,081
1,053
1,140
1,102
159
192
285
289
340
376
424
457
441
518
489
409
495
519
595
628
730
740
722
671
660
683
776
796
792
827
822
787
758
704
708
676
640
612
639
672
768
753
736
724
658
702
779
753
272
416
669
746
945
1,007
1,102
1,188
1,148
1,232
1,203
1,159
1,211
1,272
1,448
1,408
1,384
1,410
1,365
1,312
1,292
1,384
1,538
1,467
1,507
1,502
1,560
1,505
1,544
1,432
1,507
1,491
1,522
1,396
1,560
1,662
1,717
1,725
1,873
1,749
1,739
1,755
1,919
1,855
8,039 1,065
9,104
33,194
26,904
60,098
Note: IU figures for 1968-70 from local reports. All other figures for 1968-79 from official IU & PU reports. Figures
beginning with 1980 are from local reports.
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IV. Departmental Enrollment History: Summer II Sessions
--------------------Majors-------------------2008
2009
2010
2011
ARTS & SCIENCES
Agriculture & Forestry
Anthropology
Arts & Sci. Spec. St.
Biology
Cntr Acad Support/Adv
Chemistry
Coll. Arts & Sci. Transfer
Communication
Com Sci & Disorders
English & Linguistics
Geosciences
Graduate School Tran.
History
Interdis. Studies
Int'l Lang & Culture Studies
Journalism
Mathematical Sciences
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Sci. & Other PU Transfer
Sociology
Women's Studies
2012
8
10
43
64
6
9
27
61
14
37
1
1
12
6
15
1
24
9
6
21
80
48
23
1
6
7
40
88
9
17
53
117
7
14
56
113
8
14
34
104
12
40
58
18
37
1
0
13
8
13
2
37
8
2
27
86
43
17
4
22
53
49
22
49
6
0
24
1
13
0
18
10
5
33
88
48
17
2
26
42
51
23
40
4
0
22
7
8
1
25
6
9
28
71
42
19
2
TOTAL
527
567
656
BUSINESS
Accounting/Finance
Business Admin/BUA
Economics
Management/Marketing
51
230
6
54
86
224
4
68
TOTAL
341
CONTINUING STUDIES
General Studies
----------------Credit Hours Taught--------------2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
87
114
78
72
18
667
710
677
566
411
17
46
50
21
48
4
0
24
5
9
0
21
10
14
26
81
41
9
3
283
270
299
292
570
33
467
3
678
45
689
51
741
42
721
157
774
24
551
99
156
45
692
0
489
110
375
6
306
33
534
588
205
345
607
378
0
363
15
761
603
275
240
596
360
5
382
6
963
657
307
138
674
390
12
371
33
759
705
285
159
609
354
39
328
24
755
483
241
90
617
378
3
375
0
372
0
327
0
246
42
616
589
5,490
6,163
6,579
6,028
5,140
89
236
10
87
85
163
11
75
67
141
3
48
292
24
390
496
366
8
480
430
381
9
468
730
312
0
456
454
288
0
177
287
382
422
334
259
1,202
1,284
1,588
1,222
752
154
151
163
184
143
TOTAL
154
151
163
184
143
EDUCATION & PUBLIC POLICY
Education General
Educational Studies
Hlth, Phys Ed, & Rec
Professional Studies
Public Policy
40
393
3
153
73
65
426
6
144
89
53
332
4
89
97
27
272
5
97
122
15
100
8
75
92
945
6
506
21
912
0
700
48
707
0
396
72
502
0
497
204
142
0
255
57
TOTAL
662
730
575
523
290
1,478
1,660
1,175
1,203
454
-7-
IV. Departmental Enrollment History: Summer II Sessions
--------------------Majors-------------------2008
2009
2010
2011
ENGINEERING, TECH., & COMP SCI
Comp/Elec & Info Tech
12
Computer Science
22
Engr & Tech Spec Std
5
Engineering
35
Man/Con Eng Tech/Int Des
43
Org Leadership & SPV
70
(continued)
2012
----------------Credit Hours Taught--------------2008
2009
2010
2011
30
23
10
60
68
82
36
33
14
97
72
86
37
41
4
91
69
89
20
59
4
88
58
88
0
240
2012
36
33
183
4
198
99
51
102
216
0
258
153
48
75
213
24
295
144
81
63
267
0
305
51
57
60
207
TOTAL
187
273
338
331
317
492
670
747
874
680
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
Allied Health & IU Nursing
Consumer & Family Sci
Dental Education
Health Sciences
Human Services
Nursing
6
28
30
43
23
135
4
35
35
43
34
161
10
33
19
46
48
157
4
47
34
45
53
140
2
37
7
41
35
111
108
0
54
0
87
78
0
54
0
132
72
0
60
0
135
156
0
60
0
119
240
6
40
0
147
TOTAL
265
312
313
323
233
249
264
267
335
433
LABOR STUDIES
Labor Studies
1
1
0
3
2
21
18
25
52
31
TOTAL
1
1
0
3
2
21
18
25
52
31
UNIT OF AFFIL. PROGRAMS
Conditional Admissions
Mastodon Advising Center
16
189
10
209
25
176
24
163
19
144
0
0
15
9
0
TOTAL
205
219
201
187
163
0
0
15
9
0
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
Fine Arts
Music
Theatre
Visual Comm & Design
26
10
2
15
35
10
8
25
19
10
4
26
20
17
4
26
13
14
1
20
243
3
81
0
312
90
51
0
312
69
63
0
246
81
36
30
189
195
33
30
TOTAL
53
78
59
67
48
327
453
444
393
447
2,395
2,713
2,727
2,568
2,044
9,259
10,512
10,840
10,116
7,937
CAMPUS TOTAL
Note: Credit hour discrepancy is based on audit enrollments and W grades assigned before census.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology changed to Computer and Electrical Engineering Technology and
Information Systems and Technology in 2009. Information Systems programs moved from CS to CEIT in 2009. CS 106 changed to
ETCS 106 and moved to ENTS in 2009. ESL programs moved from TRS/CASA in Arts and Sciences to Mastodon Advising Center in
Unit of Affiliated Programs in 2009. ENG R150 replaced by COAS W111 in 2009. Organizational Leadership and Supervision moved
from independent division to Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science in 2009--prior years restated. Sociology and Anthropology
divided into separate departments and Visual Arts divided into Fine Arts and Visual Communication and Design in 2009--prior years restated.
Audiology and Speech Sciences changed to Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2010. The department of Business and Management
Sciences changed to the department of Business Administration in 2011. The School of Education and the Division of Public and
Environmental Affairs combined to form the College of Education and Public Policy in 2011, and the department of Public and
Environmental Affairs changed to Public Policy in 2011--prior years restated. Information Systems programs moved from CEIT
to Computer Science in 2012. The department of Computer and Electrical Engineering Technology and Information Systems
and Technology (CEIT) became the department of Computer, Electrical, and Information Technology (TECH) in 2012.
-8-
V.
Admissions Information Summary - Summer Sessions
A.
Applications for Summer by Month
March (and prior)
April
May
June
July
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
602
561
450
209
6
553
671
485
250
3
673
548
387
179
--
505
410
354
231
--
350
387
297
128
--
1,828
1,962
1,787
1,500
1,162
54
26
102
77
38
92
76
42
114
76
32
85
16
7
78
182
304
43
327
18
259
207
337
46
369
28
319
232
280
64
381
11
293
268
280
223
193
224
56
352
4
245
27
177
101
121
58
332
0
211
15
170
1,401
1,586
1,484
1,278
1,008
Number of Undergraduate Matriculants - Summer II Sessions
Adult Admit
16
28
GED Admit
9
11
High School Admits
25
29
24
15
31
33
17
28
4
2
34
40
47
32
119
0
66
9
63
376
TOTAL
Note: Statistics include applications for both Summer 1 and Summer 2.
B.
Number of Undergraduate Admissions
Adult Admit
GED Admit
High School Admits
Subtotal Beginners
Transfers
IC - Permanent
IC - Temporary
Readmissions
Re-Entries
Dual Credit HS Non-Degree
Non-Degree
TOTAL
Note: Statistics include admissions for both Summer 1 and Summer 2.
C.
Subtotal Beginners
Transfers
IC - Permanent
IC - Temporary
Readmissions
Re-Entries
Dual Credit HS Non-Degree
Non-Degree
50
96
13
116
5
72
68
140
18
139
7
106
70
117
30
147
7
76
122
128
109
78
86
22
131
3
67
18
81
TOTAL
474
606
556
486
Note: Matriculants are for Summer II only. Dual Credit HS Non-Degree category began in 2011.
-9-
VI. Profile of Beginners - Summer Session II
A.
Class Rank of Beginners
Top 10% of High School
Top 20% of High School
Top 25% of High School
Top 50% of High School
Class
Class
Class
Class
2008
20.8%
29.2%
41.7%
91.7%
2009
35.3%
47.1%
47.1%
70.6%
2010
13.0%
30.4%
39.1%
69.6%
2011
42.9%
61.9%
61.9%
85.7%
2012
21.7%
43.5%
43.5%
82.6%
Note: Profiles shown above include only beginners with data on file (68% for class rank in 2012).
B.
Mean SAT Scores of Beginners
Mean SAT Critical Reading Score
Mean SAT Math Score
Mean SAT Writing Score
Mean SAT Total Score
503
534
505
500
533
483
495
515
488
510
524
506
517
538
510
1,542
1,516
1,498
1,540
1,565
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
Note: Profiles shown above include only beginners with data on file (94% for test scores in 2012).
C.
Mean ACT Scores of Beginners
English
Mathematics
Reading
Science
Composite
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
Note: Profiles shown above include only beginners with data on file (N.M. = not meaningful).
D.
E.
Full-Time/Part-Time Status of Beginners
Full-Time
Part-Time
20
30
29
39
35
35
36
42
15
25
TOTAL
50
68
70
78
40
36.0%
40.0%
16.0%
4.0%
4.0%
0.0%
0.0%
40.0%
24.0%
20.0%
8.0%
8.0%
0.0%
0.0%
29.0%
25.8%
25.8%
16.2%
3.2%
0.0%
0.0%
53.6%
21.4%
14.3%
10.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
38.2%
35.3%
23.5%
3.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
High School GPA of Beginners
3.50 - 4.00
3.00 - 3.49
2.50 - 2.99
2.00 - 2.49
1.50 - 1.99
1.00 - 1.49
0.00 - 0.99
Note: Profiles shown above include only beginners with data on file (100% for High School GPA in 2012).
F.
High School Beginners by High School Graduation Type
Regular Graduates
4/20%
11/52%
Core 40 Graduates
5/25%
4/19%
Honors Program Graduates
11/55%
6/29%
TOTAL
20
Note: Graduation type is shown only for Indiana beginners.
21
16/57%
6/21%
6/22%
28
14/61%
5/22%
4/17%
23
28/93%
0/0%
2/7%
30
-10VII. Schedule of Classes Information - Summer II, 2012
A.
Classes offered and Closed
---------------------------------------------Course Level-----------------------------------------------000
100
200
300
400
Grad
Total
AS
ANSS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ANTH
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
BIOL
0
4
10
0
2
7
23
CHM
0
4
0
0
3
0
7
COAS
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
COM
0
4
2
6
2
0
14
CSD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ENGL
0
7
3
3
2
1
16
GEOS
0
3
0
0
2
0
5
HIST
0
5
3
2
0
0
10
IDS
0
1
0
0
2
3
6
ILCS
0
6
8
0
0
0
14
JOUR
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
MATH
0
8
2
0
0
1
11
PHIL
0
15
1
2
0
2
20
PHYS
0
0
5
0
2
0
7
POLS
0
1
4
2
6
0
13
PSY
0
3
2
3
9
0
17
SOC
0
3
0
4
0
0
7
WOST
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
Total AS
0
65
43
22
31
14
175
BN
ACFN
BUA
ECON
MGMK
Total BN
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3
2
7
3
0
1
2
6
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
2
3
5
1
4
7
17
EP
EDES
EDPS
HPER
PPOL
Total EP
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
1
15
10
0
1
26
19
10
0
2
31
ET
CS
ENGR
ENTS
MCET
OLS
TECH
Total ET
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
1
1
1
4
3
0
0
1
2
0
6
1
0
0
3
1
1
6
1
3
0
0
1
0
5
8
4
1
5
5
2
25
HS
CFS
DAE
HSC
HSRV
NUR
Total HS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
6
0
0
0
1
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
4
6
1
1
0
5
13
LS
UA
0
0
4
0
3
0
4
0
3
4
0
0
14
4
FINA
MUS
THTR
VCD
Total VP
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
5
1
4
0
0
5
0
0
0
1
1
3
5
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
8
9
1
1
19
Campus Total Offered
Total Closed
Percent Closed
0
0
--
79
6
8%
65
7
11%
48
9
19%
54
14
26%
52
10
19%
298
46
15%
LBS
MAC
VP
B. Utilization of General Academic Rooms by Time Periods-Summer II Sessions
MTR
Pattern
-11-
--------------------Percent of Rooms Utilized---------------------2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
7:30 a.m.
9
13
16
10
8
10:00
26
24
39
31
27
12:30 p.m.
20
19
22
28
19
3:00
13
18
17
17
10
5:30
20
24
23
22
22
8:00
0
0
0
0
0
Note:
Includes only classes beginning in indicated time block.
Includes Continuing Education classes.
-12VIII. Registration and Drop-Add Activity Summary - Summer II, 2012
Priority Reg. - Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
3/19-23
3/26-30
4/2-6
4/9-13
4/16-20
Registrations
591
427
251
284
107
Drop-Add Students
N.A.
Total
591
1,018
1,269
1,553
1,660
Open Reg. - Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Day
Day
Day
4/23-27
4/30-5/4
5/7-11
5/14-18
5/21-25
5/28-6/1
6/4-8
6/11-15
6/18
6/19
6/20
100
88
65
-29
76
38
15
41
-4
4
1
1,760
1,848
1,913
1,884
1,960
1,998
2,013
2,054
2,050
2,054
2,055
Final Reg. - Day 1
Day 2
6/21
6/22
12
17
2,067
2,084
Late Reg. - Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
N.A./Other
6/25
6/26
6/27
n.a
3
-30
-7
-6
2,087
2,057
2,050
2,044
Summer II, 2012 Total
2,044
N.A.
2,044
Summer II, 2011 Total
Summer II, 2010 Total
Summer II, 2009 Total
Summer II, 2008 Total
Summer II, 2007 Total
Summer II, 2006 Total
Summer II, 2005 Total
Summer II, 2004 Total
Summer II, 2003 Total
Summer II, 2002 Total
Summer II, 2001 Total
Summer II, 2000 Total
2,568
2,727
2,713
2,395
2,308
2,437
2,460
2,582
2,537
2,610
2,351
2,133
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
2,568
2,727
2,713
2,395
2,308
2,437
2,460
2,582
2,537
2,610
2,351
2,133
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